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eastern wisdom has not produced societies that are better than their western cou

nterparts. in fact india has only been able to survive as a democracy because of
institution built under british rule
go in peace and return in peace
tzeth a leshalom veshuvh a leshalom
go in peace and return in peace to woman
tzeh leshalom veshuveh leshalom
lehidrot
goodbye
ma metsav
shalom
ma shlomka
ma shlomekh
freedom and self sufficiency
na universit karlove
na universit palackeho
when you release thousands of documents that were never meant for the publics ey
es, never meant for your opponents eyes never meant for foreign intelligentsia,
you introduce an elements of chaos.
pulchritude
if you play your cards right you may be able to come visit
voulez vous couchez avez moi ce soir
dont bother deaf heaven with your bootless cries
can i propose a toast, to friends new and old, we dont get out enough
Im married but what happens in the back of the shoe store stays in the back of th
e shoe store
if revenue goes up the progressives would spend it all
hobbsian view that there were always ppl out there who were trying to take thing
s
we are dealing with an enemy whose if its agenda was realised would end all the
things we think are dear.
we are kind to our inferiors and they are obsequious to their superiors
we got to make this quick my wife thinks Im at the movies, just first impression
yes or no
this country needs an accurate obituary when it dies

toe dah rah bah


terrorism is warfare against noncombatants
davat davam to give
delat delam to do
dostovat dostvm to receive
hledat hledam to look for
koupovat koupuju to buy
navstevovat navtvuj to visit
nenavidet nenvidm to hate
nosit nosim to wear
obedvat obedvam to eat lunch
opakovat opakuju to repeat
opravovat opravuju to repair
pracovat pracuju to work
pamatovat si pamatuju se to remember
pouzivat pouzivam to use mn Pouch of Douglas
poslouchat posloucham to listen
potrebovat potrebuju to need
prodavat prodavam to sell mn product
pripravovat pripravuju to groom
rusit rusim to disturb
ridit ridim to drive
slyset slysim to hear mn sly and the family stone
snidat snidam to have breakfast
studovat studuju to study
ucit ucim to teach
ucit se to learn
umet umim to know (how to do something)
uklizet uklizim to clean
varit varim to cook
veceret vecerim to have dinner
vedet vim to know (before a clause)

videt vidim to see


vybirat vybiram to choose
vstavam to get up mn i get up for mma versus
vysvetlovat vysvetluju to explain
vysetrovat vysetruju to investigate
zkouset zkousim to rehearse
znat znas to know (something)
zpivat zpivam to sing

hes never met a terrorist he didnt like and never met an israeli he did like
NaCl ====(put into water)====> Na+ + ClNaCl cancels each other out. it isnt considered an ion. however when separated it
has a charge. the ions are happy in that they have achieved the octet rules how
ever they are now charged.
The longer and further immigrants are away from the mess of the Middle East that
caused them to flee or at least stay away, the more they are able under the aeg
is of Western freedom, prosperity, and security to romanticize what provides the
m with the sense of self that they have not earned in their adopted countries.
condylus i knuckle
tber eris bump swelling
caecus i blind
caput it is head
cubare to lie down
ulna ae elbow
luna ae moon
navis is ship
trochlea pulley
phalanx battle
retinere to restrain
thenar palm of hand
eminentia ae projection
caecus a um blind
ancon elbow
teres teretis long and round
insultus cerebri
medulla spinalis
medulla ossium rubra
medulla ossium flava
Columna vertebralis
cuneus i wedge like cuneiform
brevis brevis short
pudre to shame like pudendal
dolor doloris pain grief suffering like dolour
oppnns opponentis opposing
hallux hallucis big toe

pollex pollicis thumb


immunities immunitatis exemption from burdens,
mnificus, mnifica, mnificum bountiful, liberal, generous, munificent
praxis Practical application or exercise of a branch of learning.
labrum labri lip
aegis, aegidis protection
filum fili thread
hallucinatus to wander
lacrima lacrimae tear
Peripatticus, Peripattic school of thought
myring eardrum
parvus parvi small
pectorlis pectorlis pertaining to chest
pelvis pelvis basin
pulmo, pulmnis pertaining to lungs
umbilcus umbilici navel
vrus vari bent outwards, bow legged
axilla ae armpit
bucca ae cheek
auris is ear
carpus i wrist
crs cruris shin
Fascis is bundle
talus talk ankle
calcneus, calcne heel
gemellus i twins
acetum i vinegar like acetabulum or acetic acid
pyrifrmis pyrifrmis pear shaped
frenum bridle or restraint
mater matrix mother
prcrus i tall
glns glandis acorn
tympanum tympani drum
arcus rainbow
vagus vagi wandering straying
papilla ae nipple
cephalicus i related to head
ala ae wing
-que- and
alimentum i = food
anus ani ring
arbor = tree
vita = life
adrectus = raised
arteria ae - air or wind pipe
aspera rough
audire = to hear
ausculto = to listen to
basis basis - foot, base
pinna = feather
bis = double
findo = to split
furco = fork
brachium = arm
brevis brevis -small little narrow
calcar calcaris- spur stimulus
callum = hard
cancelli = grating or lattice

Medusa = Greek mythical female with snake like hair


cartilg cartilaginis - gristle
cauda = tail
cera = wax
cervix = neck
cilia = eyelashes
cineris = of ashes
cloaca -drain
concha-shell
conus: Latin = cone
cornicultus i horn shaped
cutis = skin
deferens dferntis: adjective, Latin = carrying down.
ductus: Latin = duct
dura: adjective, Latin = hard
jacere = to throw
glottis = larynx
facilis = easy
femur: Latin = thigh
flaccidus i weak languid
flavus = yellow
folliculus = a little bag
fusus = spindle
galea: Latin = helmet
gallus i cock
genitalis is = reproductive fruitful
glaber = bald like smooth bony prominence between the eyebrows
glomerare = to roll up
gracilis - slender
hernia - protrusion
infundibulum: Latin = funnel.
index indicis= a pointer
inguen = groin
innominate: Lain in = not, and nomen = name, hence, without a name.
integument: Latin in = on, tegmen = roof, hence the skin coat.
Greek ischion = socket,
jejunus = empty
labrum: Latin = rim.
lambda: Greek letter representing a capital L and written as an inverted V
lamina = plate
lana = wool
latus = wide
anitersor - wiper of the anus
lumbus i groin
macula: Latin = spot
malleus = hammer
mandere = to chew
meniscus a small crescent.
micturare = to desire to pass urine
niger = black, dark
olfacto = smell
opponens: Latin = placing against, opposing.
serra = saw
patella: Latin a small pan; adjective - patellar.
pectinate: adjective, from Latin pecten = a comb; applied to structures having t
he appearance of parallel teeth arising from a straight back (musculi pectinati)
, or the sellar appearance of the superior pubic ramus, which may have resembled
the body of antique combs.
pectineal: adjective, from Latin pecten = a comb; applied to structures having t

he appearance of parallel teeth arising from a straight back (musculi pectinati)


, or the sellar appearance of the superior pubic ramus, which may have resembled
the body of antique combs.
pectoris = of the front of the chest
pia: Latin = faithful
pilomotor: Latin pilus = a hair, and movere = to move; hence the action of the a
rrectores pilorum muscles.
piriform: adjective, Latin pirum = a pear; hence, pear-shaped.
pisiform: adjective, Latin pisum = a pea; hence, pea-shaped.
placenta: Latin = a flat, round cake.
pons: Latin = bridge; adjective - pontine; part of the brain stem.
prepuce: Latin praeputium = foreskin (of penis or clitoris).
procerus: Latin = slender, elongated; hence, the vertical slip of muscle between
the medial part of frontalis and the root of the nose.
process: Latin = going forwards, used to indicate growing out, i.e., an outgrowt
h, usually of bone, e.g., the zygomatic process of the temporal.
profundus: Latin pro = before, and fundus = bottom; hence profundus = deep.
proprioceptive: Latin proprius = one s own, and captum = taken; hence, sensory i
mpulses received by the joints and muscles within one s own body.
prostate: Greek pro = before, and Latin = statum = stood; hence, something which
stands before - the prostate stands before the urinary bladder.
quadrangular: Latin quadri = four and angulus = angle; hence square or rectangul
ar.
quadratus: Latin = square or rectangular.
quadriceps: Latin quadri = four, and caput = head; hence, a 4-headed muscle.
quadrigeminus: Latin quadri = four, and gemini = paired or twinned; hence four-f
old.
radiation: Latin radiatus = radiant; hence, divergence from a common centre
radix: Latin = root.
rectum: adjective, Latin rectus = straight. (The rectum was named in animals whe
re it is straight - which it is not in Man).
recurrent: Latin re = back, and currere = to run; hence a structure that bends,
and runs back toward its source.
alacrits atis cheerfulness liveliness
crux cruces cross
reticular: adjective, Latin reticulum = small net; hence having a network.
retinaculum: Latin = a tether; hence, a thickened band of deep fascia which reta
ins tendons or the patella.
rhinencephalon: Greek rhinion = nostril, and enkephalos = brain; hence, the part
of the brain concerned with smell (relatively large in lower animals).
rhombencephalon: Greek rhombos = rhomboid, and enkephalos = brain; hence, the hi
nd-brain - the medulla oblongata, pons and cerebellum, which enclose the rhomboi
d fossa (the floor of the 4th ventricle).
rhomboid: Greek rhombus = a figure with 4 equal sides, not at right angles, and
eidos = shape or form, hence, the shape of a rhombus.
rsor, rsris: "a mocker, banterer
sacrum = sacred
sagitta = arrow
saliva = spit
Greek saphenes = obviously visible
sartorius: Latin = tailor; hence, sartorius muscles, which produce the posture i
n which tailors once worked, squatting on the floor
scalene: adjective, Greek skalenos = uneven, hence a triangle with unequal sides
, an apt description of the shape of scalenus anterior and scalenus medius muscl
es.
scaphoid: adjective, Greek skaphe = skiff, and eidos = shape or form; hence the
carpal which is hollowed out on its distal surface for the head of the capitate;
also the fossa occupied by tensor veli palatini muscle
scapula: Greek skapto = I dig, because of the resemblance to a spade.
sciatic: adjective, Greek ischion = hip-joint. Ischiadikos meant pertaining to t

he ischium or hip - later changed to sciatic. (The ischium earns its name becaus
e it forms > 2/5 of the acetabulum, whereas the ilium contributes < 2/5, and the
pubis only 1/5). The sciatic nerve lies on the ischium
scrotum: possibly derived from Latin scorteus = leather; adjective - scrotal.
smen seminis seed
semimembranosus: adjective, Latin semi = half, and membrana = membrane; hence, t
he hamstring muscle of which the upper half is membranous.
Greek soma = the body
stratum: Latin = a covering sheet, or layer.
styloid: adjective, Greek stylos = an instrument for writing, and eidos = shape
or form; hence a pen- or pencil-like structure.
sympathetic: Greek syn = with, and pathos = feeling; hence, the peripheral part
of the autonomic nervous system which arises in the thoracolumbar region of the
spinal cord and communicates with other nerves.
symphysis: Greek syn = with, and physis = growth; hence a joint where union betw
een the bones is by fibrocartilage - used for median joints. (Symphysis of the m
andible is exceptional, the 2 halves fusing before the age of 2).
synapse: Greek syn = with, and aptein = to join; hence, the zone through which a
n impulse passes from one neuron to another.
synchondrosis: Greek syn = with, and chondros = cartilage; hence, the union of 2
bones by cartilage.
syncytium: Greek syn = with, and kytos = cell, hence a multinucleate mass of pro
toplasm, formed by the merging of cells.
syndesmosis: Greek syn = with, and desmos = a band; hence, the union of 2 bones
by fibrous tissue.
syndrome: Greek syn = with, and dromos = running; hence, a group of signs and sy
mptoms which is characteristic of a certain pathology.
synergist: Greek syn = with, and ergon = work; hence a muscle which cooperates w
ith others in producing a given movement.
synovia: Greek syn = with, and ovum = egg; hence the fluid in freely movable joi
nts resembling egg-white; adjective, synovial.
synovial: adjective, Greek syn = with, and ovum = egg; hence pertaining to the f
luid in freely movable joints resembling egg-white.
syndesmosis
gomphosis
synchondrosis
symphysis
synarthrosis
amphiarthtosis
diarhtrosis
gynaecological spelunking
they have a disproportionately large voice, sean penn by an y qualification of i
ntellectual achievement or knowledge or erudition wouldnt be a person people shou
ld listen to
when the leftist sticks they rose in things they dont understand they become ratc
het jaws purveyor of monkey doodle
that burks id part of s larger tribal culture that when taken further actually e
nds up removing rights for both women and men
dont you think your are being used as a billboard for some of the more chauvinist
ic aspects of arab tribal culture
the palestinians for which you are sedulously fellow traveling would kill you im
mediately if they met you. so what kind of liberalism is it that find them selve

s consistently fellow travelling with th e enemies with the very values which yo
ur purport to hold dear at least when it comes to the west. and how is it when w
e have a liberalism, a botched liberalism that now amounts to a form of extended
apology for modern day religious fanaticism and totalitarianism, why does that
happen.
diamond encrusted guru
It is sort of analogous to central California. Out here, the authorities ignore
zoning violations: they ignore 10 people living around a rural farmhouse in Winn
ebagos with porta-potties, Jerry-rigged Romex wire, and unlicensed and unvaccina
ted pit bulls wandering into the street, because it is far easier and less polit
ically incorrect to focus on the suburbanite who sneaks in an extra lawn irrigat
ion on a no-watering day. The former invites existential and unsolvable issues;
the latter addressable inconsistencies that make the enforcer feel empowered and
big rather than inconsequential, impotent, and incorrect.
what wrong, is everything ok, you seem sad, you need someone to talk to, well ha
ng in there, things will be brighter on the other side

jIntrinsic muscles of hand[17]


A OF A OF A
Thenar (lateral to medial-palmar surface):
Abductor pollicis brevis
Opponens pollicis
Flexor pollicis brevis
Adductor pollicis
Hypothenar (lateral to medial-palmar surface):
Opponens digiti minimi
Flexor digiti minimi
Abductor digiti minimi
I Like To Rise So High", for Iliac vein (common), Lumbar vein, Testicular vein,
Renal vein, Suprarenal vein and Hepatic vein to represent the tributaries of the
Inferior vena cava
Structures passing through greater sciatic foramen below piriformis (P.I.N. and
P.I.N.S.), posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh, inferior gluteal nerve, nerve to
quadratus femoris, pudendal nerve, internal pudendal vessel, nerve to obturator
internus, sciatic nerve
Structures passing through lesser sciatic foramen: (P.I.N.T.) pudendal nerve, in
ternal pudendal vessels, nerve to obturator internus, tendon of obturator intern
us
A commonly used mnemonic to remember the level of the diaphragmatic apertures is
this: Aortic hiatus = 12 letters = T12. Oesophagus, Vagal trunk = 10 letters =
T10. Vena cava = 8 letters = T8
Brachial plexus[edit]
Some mnemonics for remembering the branches:
Posterior cord branches
STAR - subscapular (upper and lower), thoracodorsal, axillary, radial
RATS- Radial nerve, Axillary nerve, Thoracodorsal nerve, Subscapular (Upper & Lo

wer)nerve.
ULTRA - upper subscapular, lower subscapular, thoracodorsal, radial, axillary
ULNAR- Upper subscapular nerve, Lower subscapular nerve,Nerve to latissimus dors
i, Axillary nerve, Radial nerve.
Lateral Cord Branches
LLM "Lucy Loves Me" - lateral pectoral, lateral root of the median nerve, muscul
ocutaneous
Love Me Latha (LML) - Lateral pectoral nerve, Musculocutaneous nerve, Lateral ro
ot of Median Nerve.
Look My Lancer-Lateral pectoral nerve, Musculocutaneous nerve,Lateral root of Me
dian nerve.
Medial Cord Branches
MMMUM "Most Medical Men Use Morphine" - medial pectoral, medial cutaneous nerve
of arm, medial cutaneous nerve of forearm, ulnar, medial root of the median nerv
e
Union of 4 Medials - Ulnar nerve, Medial cutaneous nerve of arm, Medial cutaneou
s nerve of forearm, Medial pectoral nerve, Medial root of Median Nerve.
5 main nerves of brachial plexus, in order laterally to medially
"My Aunty Recognised My Uncle" - Musculocutaneous, axillary, radial, median, uln
ar.
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lumbar plexus
Iliohypogastric [L1]
Ilioinguinal [L1]
Genitofemoral [L1, L2]
Lateral femoral cutaneous [L2, L3]
Obtruator [L2, L3, L4]
Femoral [L2, L3, L4]
Inferior vena cava tributaries "I Like To Rise So High":
Illiacs
Lumbar
Testicular
Renal
Suprarenal
Hepatic vein.
Heart valve sequence "Try Pulling My Aorta":
Tricuspid
Pulmonary
Mitral
Aorta
External carotid artery branches "Some Aggressive Lovers Find Odd Positions More
Stimulating":
Superior thyroid
Ascending pharyngeal
Lingual
Facial
Occiptal
Posterior auricular
Maxillary
Superficial temporal

subclavian artery VIT C and D


the vertebral artery, the internal thoracic artery, the thyrocervical trunk, th
e costocervical trunk and the dorsal scapular artery.
TRy PULling My AORTA
TR: Tricuspid valve
PUL: Pulmonary valve
M: Mitral valve
AORTA: Aortic valve

Ordering the abdominal muscles


T: Transversus abdominis
I: Internal abdominal oblique
R: Rectus abdominis
E: External abdominal oblique

The intestinal tract


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D: Duodenum
J: Jejunum
I: Ileum
C: Cecum
A: Appendix
C: Colon
S: Sigmoid colon
R: Rectum

The rotator cuff muscles


S: Supraspinatus
I: Infraspinatus
T: Teres minor
S: Subscapularis

The lateral rotator muscles of the hip

P: Piriformis
G: Gemellus superior
O: Obturator internus
G: Gemellus inferior
O: Obturator externus
Q: Quadratus femoris

The Circus Needs More Interesting Little Clowns.


T: Talus
C: Calcaneus
N: Navicular
M: Medial cuneiform
I: Intermediate cuneiform
L: Lateral cuneiform
C: Cuboid

levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscles = lifter of the upper lip and ala
of nose\

Log Suddenly Struck my Mastoid


Longissimus capitis
Splenius capitis
Sternomastoid
Zoro Likes Punching My Very Nose In
Zygomatic
Lacrimal
Palatine
Maxillary
Vomer
Nasal
Inferior concha
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olfactory
optic
oculomotor
trochlear

trigeminal
abducent
facial
vestibulococchlear
glossopharyngeal
vagus
accessory
hypoglossal

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Hi Kyle
Back in 1990, The QVC Cable Shopping Channel was conducting a national talent se
arch. I had no qualifications to speak of, but I needed a job, and thought TV mi
ght be a fun way to pay the bills. So I showed up at The Marriott in downtown Ba
ltimore with a few hundred other hopefuls, and waited for a chance to audition.
When it was my turn, the elevator took me to the top floor, where a man no expre
ssion led me into a suite and asked me to take a seat behind a large desk. Acros
s from the desk, there was a camera on a tripod. On the desk was a digital timer
with an LED display. I took a seat as the man clipped a microphone on my shirt
and explained the situation.
The purpose of this audition is to see if you can talk for eight minutes without
stuttering, blathering, passing out, or throwing up. Any questions?
What would you like me to talk about, I asked.
The man pulled a pencil from behind his ear and rolled it across the desk. Talk t
o me about that pencil. Sell it. Make me want it. But be yourself. If you can do
that for eight minutes, the job is yours. Ok?
I looked at the pencil. It was yellow. It had a point on one end, and an eraser
on the other. On the side were the words, Dixon Ticonderoga Number 2 SOFT.
Ok, I said.
The man set the timer to 8:00, and walked behind the tripod. He pressed a button
and a red light appeared on the camera. He pressed another button and the timer
began to count backwards. Action, he said. I picked up the pencil and started tal
king.
Hi there. My names Mike Rowe, and I only have eight minutes to tell you why this i
s finest pencil on Planet Earth. So lets get right to it.
I opened the desk drawer and found a piece of hotel stationary, right where I ho
ped it would be. I picked up the pencil and wrote the word, QUALITY in capital l

etters. I held the paper toward the camera.


As you can plainly see, The #2 Dixon Ticonderoga leaves a bold, unmistakable line
, far superior to the thin and wispy wake left by the #3, or the fat, sloppy ski
d mark of the unwieldy #1. Best of all, the Ticonderoga is not filled with actua
l lead, but madagascar graphite, a far safer alternative for anyone who likes to c
hew on their writing implements.
To underscore the claim, I licked the point. I then discussed the many advantage
s of the Ticonderogas color.
A vibrant yellow, perfectly suited for an object that needs to stand out from the
clutter of a desk drawer.
I commented on the comfort of its design.
Unlike those completely round pencils that press hard into the web of your hand,
the Ticonderogas circumference is comprised of eight, gently planed surfaces, whi
ch dramatically reduce fatigue, and make writing for extended periods an absolut
e delight.
I pointed out the enhanced eraser, which was guaranteed to still be there - even wh
en the pencil was sharpened down to an unusable nub.
I opined about handmade craftsmanship and American made quality. I talked about
the feel of real wood.
In a world overrun with plastic and high tech gadgets, isnt it comforting to know
that some things havent evolved into something shiny and gleaming and completely
unrecognizable?
After all that, there was still five minutes on the timer. So I shifted gears an
d considered the pencils impact on Western Civilization. I spoke of Picasso and V
an Gogh, and their hundreds of priceless drawings - all done in pencil. I talked
about Einstein and Hawking, and their many complicated theories and theorems all done in pencil.
Pen and ink are fine for memorializing contracts, I said, but real progress relies
on the ability to erase and start anew. Archimedes said he could move the world
with a lever long enough, but when it came to proving it, he needed a pencil to
make the point.
With three minutes remaining, I moved on to some personal recollections about th
e role of pencils in my own life. My first legible signature, my first book repo
rt, my first crossword puzzle, and of course, my first love letter. I may have e
ven worked up a tear as I recalled the innocence of my youth, scribbled out on a
piece of looseleaf with all the hope and passion a desperate 6th grader could m
uster...courtesy of a #2 pencil.
With :30 seconds left on the timer, I looked fondly at the Dixon Ticonderoga, an
d sat silently for five seconds. Then I wrapped it up.
We call it a pencil, because all things need a name. But today, lets call it what
it really is. A time machine. A match maker. A magic wand. And lets say it can al
l be yours...for just .99 cents.
The timer read 0:00. The man walked back to the desk. He took the pencil and wro
te YOURE HIRED on the stationary, and few days later, I moved to West Chester, PA.
And a few days after that, I was on live television, face to face with the never
-ending parade of trinkets and chochkes that comprise QVCs overnight inventory.

I spent three months on the graveyard shift, five nights a week. Technically, th
is was my training period, which was curious, given the conspicuous absence of s
upervision, or anything that could be confused with actual instruction. Every fe
w minutes a stagehand would bring me another mysterious must have item, which Id bl
ather about nonsensically until it was whisked away and replaced with something
no less baffling. In this way, I slowly uncovered the mysteries of my job, and f
orged a tenuous relationship with an audience of chronic insomniacs and narcolep
tic lonely-hearts. It was a crucible of confusion and ambiguity, and in hindsigh
t, the best training I ever had.
Which brings me to the point of your question, Kyle.
I dont agree with Howard Dean - not at all.
Heres what I didnt understand 25 years ago. QVC had a serious recruiting problem.
Qualified candidates were applying in droves, but failing miserably on the air.
Polished salespeople with proven track records were awkward on TV. Professional
actors with extensive credits couldnt be themselves on camera. And seasoned hosts
who understood live television had no experience hawking products. So eventuall
y, QVC hit the reset button. They stopped looking for qualified people, and starte
d looking for anyone who could talk about a pencil for eight minutes.
QVC had confused qualifications with competency.
Perhaps America has done something similar?
Look at how we hire help - its no so different than how we elect leaders. We sear
ch for work ethic on resumes. We look for intelligence in test scores. We search
for character in references. And of course, we look at a four-year diploma as t
hough it might actually tell us something about common-sense and leadership.
Obviously, we need a bit more from our elected officials than the instincts of a
home shopping host, but the business of determining what those qualifications are
is completely up to us. We get to decide what matters most. We get to decide if
a college degree or military service is somehow determinative. We get to decide
if Howard Dean is correct.
Anyone familiar with my foundation knows my position. I think a trillion dollars
of student loans and a massive skills gap are precisely what happens to a socie
ty that actively promotes one form of education as the best course for the most
people. I think the stigmas and stereotypes that keep so many people from pursui
ng a truly useful skill, begin with the mistaken belief that a four-year degree
is somehow superior to all other forms of learning. And I think that making elec
ted office contingent on a college degree is maybe the worst idea Ive ever heard.
But of course, Howard Dean is not the real problem. Hes just one guy. And hes abso
lutely right when he says that many others will judge Scott Walker for not finis
hing college. That s the real problem.
However - when Howard Dean called the Governor unknowledgeable, he rolled out more
than a stereotype. He rolled a pencil across the desk, and gave Scott Walker ei
ght minutes to knock it out of the park.
Itll be fun to see if he does.
Mike
for decades we have been avoiding stuff that tastes great in order to milk a few
more years out of our bland lives in the bizarro world, while eating ourselves

to death in the shadow of the government approved food pyramid. now thanks to un
cle same brainwashing of school kids we are chubby diabetic cardiac grenades rea
dy to explode.
cibule onions
feferonky pepperoni
sir cheese
fazole beans
anglicka slanina bacon
brokolice broccoli
cerne olive black olives
kukurice corn
sunka ham
zampiony mushrooms
spenat spinach
sardinky sardines
maso meat
bread chleb
milk mleko
do forks make people fat
Scratch the person who is anti-Israeli, and you will not have to get very far to
find the anti-Semite within
western culture springs from a relatively narrow foundational source
we are in a harry potter novel
a man who goes into a defective country and trashes his homeland
people who dont have to deal with the consequence of their own utopian fantasies
thyrohyoid
omohyoid
sternothyroid
sternohyoid
mylohyoid
genuohyoid
stylohyoid
digastric
cancer is a disease of old age
axilla armpit
articulus joint
nus ani ring
The Greek word for truth was aletheia literally not forgetting.
angina (quinsy, literally strangling, choking)
avus i old man grandfather
ataxia,: Greek a = negative, and taxis = order, hence inability to co-ordinate t
he voluntary muscles.
albus white
adrectus = raised, hence, arrector pili = a hair-raising muscle
adeps adipis fat

brevis m, f (neuter breve); third declension


(of distance) small, little, narrow
bursa ae purse
carna f (genitive carnae); first declension
The keel of a ship
capillus i head of hair
condylus i knuckle
present active convalsc, present infinitive convalscere, perfect active convalu (no
passive)I recover (from an illness); I gain strength
Crista galeae.The plume of a helmet.
caro carnis flesh
cilium i eyelid
crbrum i sieve riddle
latin corium "skin, hide, leather," related to cortex "bark," scortum "skin, hid
e,
Sermo in monte sermon on the mount
cornu us horn
corna ae crown
cutis is living skin
Mutatis mutandis
desideratum (plural desiderata) Something that is wished for, or considered desi
rable.
hlum n (genitive hl); second declension
trifle
(in the negative) not a whit, not in the least
tber eris bump swelling
taxilla meaning a die such as one shoots in a craps game
Tympanites (from the Greek , "drum"),
ex fer emus ris ime like exemreus
cecus i blid
cu i is hed
cubre  lie dw
dudnum digitrum (space of twelve digits)
(dorsum), back
duodenum, twelve: upper part of the small intestine (twelve inches long
fibra ae fiber
gracilis m, f (neuter gracile); third declension
slender, slim, thin
Genu valgum
gingva ae gum
sinus sinus hollow cavity
viscus eris internal organ
tectum roof
colliculi small hill
ovum lviii like synovium resembling the white of an egg
Invicta, a Latin word for "invincible and incomparable"
ulna ae elbow
sulcus sulci furrow
luna ae moon
navis is ship
nris is opening vent air hole like posterior nares
trochlea pulley
crux crusis wooden frame on which criminals were crucified, especially a cross
petra ae rock like petrous
pilur pili hair

basis is foundation base


tenuis m, f (neuter tenue); third declension thin, fine, slender
parvus a um small
pediculus i little foot
phalanx battle
papula ae mole pimple
pirum pear like piriformis
raditi nis shining glittering
thrax cis chest bust (statue)
rectus a um straight
iskhein greek to keep back
pteryx, wing like pterygoid plates
proprius i own individual like proprioception
margo margins edge like lateral orbital margin.
retinere to restrain
thenar palm of hand
eminentia ae projection
nucha ae back of the neck
umerus i humerus, shoulder
le is interstines
nsus u nose
caecus a um blind
approbti nis approval
ancon elbow
teres teretis long and round
squmsus i scaly
sella turcica turkish chair
insultus cerebri
medulla spinalis
medulla ossium rubra
medulla ossium flava
Columnae vertebrarum
cuneus i wedge like cuneiform
brevis brevis short
pudre to shame like pudendal
dolor doloris pain grief suffering like dolour
oppnns opponentis opposing
hallux hallucis big toe
pollex pollicis thumb
immunities immunitatis exemption from burdens,
mnificus, mnifica, mnificum bountiful, liberal, generous, munificent
praxis Practical application or exercise of a branch of learning.
labrum labri lip
aegis, aegidis protection
filum fili thread
hallucinatus to wander
lacrima lacrimae tear
Peripatticus, Peripattic school of thought
myring eardrum
parvus parvi small
pectorlis pectorlis pertaining to chest
pelvis pelvis basin
pulmo, pulmnis pertaining to lungs
umbilcus umbilici navel
vrus vari bent outwards, bow legged
axilla ae armpit
bucca ae cheek

auris is ear
crista ae crest
carpus i wrist
crs cruris shin
Fascis is bundle
talus tali ankle
calcneus, calcne heel
gemellus i twins
acetum i vinegar like acetabulum or acetic acid
pyrifrmis pyrifrmis pear shaped
frenum bridle or restraint
mater matrix mother
prcrus i tall
glns glandis acorn
tympanum tympani drum
arcus rainbow
vagus vagi wandering straying
papilla ae nipple
cephalicus i related to head
ala ae wing
-que- and
alimentum i = food
anus ani ring
arbor = tree
vita = life
adrectus = raised
arteria ae - air or wind pipe
aspera rough
audire = to hear
ausculto = to listen to
basis basis - foot, base
pinna = feather
bis = double
findo = to split
furco = fork
brachium = arm
brevis brevis -small little narrow
calcar calcaris- spur stimulus
callum = hard
cancelli = grating or lattice
Medusa = Greek mythical female with snake like hair
cartilg cartilaginis - gristle
cauda = tail
cera = wax
cervix = neck
cilia = eyelashes
cineris = of ashes
cloaca -drain
concha-shell
conus: Latin = cone
An infundibulum (Latin for funnel; plural, infundibula) is a funnel-shaped cavit
y or organ.
cornicultus i horn shaped
cutis = skin
deferens dferntis: adjective, Latin = carrying down.
ductus: Latin = duct
dura: adjective, Latin = hard
jacere = to throw
glottis = larynx
facilis = easy

vestibulum forecourt, entrance


femur: Latin = thigh
flaccidus i weak languid
flavus = yellow
folliculus = a little bag
fusus = spindle
limbus i - edge or border
galea ae: Latin = helmet
Crista galli.The comb of a rooster.
napus u turnip
gallus i cock
genitalis is = reproductive fruitful
glaber = bald like smooth bony prominence between the eyebrows
glomerare = to roll up
gracilis - slender
hernia - protrusion
infundibulum: Latin = funnel.
index indicis= a pointer
inguen = groin
innominate: Lain in = not, and nomen = name, hence, without a name.
integument: Latin in = on, tegmen = roof, hence the skin coat.
Greek ischion = socket,
jejunus = empty
labrum: Latin = rim.
lambda: Greek letter representing a capital L and written as an inverted V
lamina = plate
lana = wool
latus = wide
anitersor - wiper of the anus
lumbus i groin
macula: Latin = spot
malleus = hammer
mandere = to chew
meniscus a small crescent.
micturare = to desire to pass urine
niger = black, dark
olfacto = smell
opponens: Latin = placing against, opposing.
serra = saw
patella: Latin a small pan; adjective - patellar.
pectinate: adjective, from Latin pecten = a comb; applied to structures having t
he appearance of parallel teeth arising from a straight back (musculi pectinati)
, or the sellar appearance of the superior pubic ramus, which may have resembled
the body of antique combs.
pectineal: adjective, from Latin pecten = a comb; applied to structures having t
he appearance of parallel teeth arising from a straight back (musculi pectinati)
, or the sellar appearance of the superior pubic ramus, which may have resembled
the body of antique combs.
pectoris = of the front of the chest
pia: Latin = faithful
pilomotor: Latin pilus = a hair, and movere = to move; hence the action of the a
rrectores pilorum muscles.
piriform: adjective, Latin pirum = a pear; hence, pear-shaped.
pisiform: adjective, Latin pisum = a pea; hence, pea-shaped.
placenta: Latin = a flat, round cake.
pons: Latin = bridge; adjective - pontine; part of the brain stem.
prepuce: Latin praeputium = foreskin (of penis or clitoris).
procerus: Latin = slender, elongated; hence, the vertical slip of muscle between
the medial part of frontalis and the root of the nose.
process: Latin = going forwards, used to indicate growing out, i.e., an outgrowt

h, usually of bone, e.g., the zygomatic process of the temporal.


profundus: Latin pro = before, and fundus = bottom; hence profundus = deep.
proprioceptive: Latin proprius = one s own, and captum = taken; hence, sensory i
mpulses received by the joints and muscles within one s own body.
prostate: Greek pro = before, and Latin = statum = stood; hence, something which
stands before - the prostate stands before the urinary bladder.
quadrangular: Latin quadri = four and angulus = angle; hence square or rectangul
ar.
quadratus: Latin = square or rectangular.
quadriceps: Latin quadri = four, and caput = head; hence, a 4-headed muscle.
quadrigeminus: Latin quadri = four, and gemini = paired or twinned; hence four-f
old.
radiation: Latin radiatus = radiant; hence, divergence from a common centre
radix: Latin = root.
rectum: adjective, Latin rectus = straight. (The rectum was named in animals whe
re it is straight - which it is not in Man).
recurrent: Latin re = back, and currere = to run; hence a structure that bends,
and runs back toward its source.
alacrits atis cheerfulness liveliness
crux cruces cross
reticular: adjective, Latin reticulum = small net; hence having a network.
retinaculum: Latin = a tether; hence, a thickened band of deep fascia which reta
ins tendons or the patella.
rhinencephalon: Greek rhinion = nostril, and enkephalos = brain; hence, the part
of the brain concerned with smell (relatively large in lower animals).
rhombencephalon: Greek rhombos = rhomboid, and enkephalos = brain; hence, the hi
nd-brain - the medulla oblongata, pons and cerebellum, which enclose the rhomboi
d fossa (the floor of the 4th ventricle).
rhomboid: Greek rhombus = a figure with 4 equal sides, not at right angles, and
eidos = shape or form, hence, the shape of a rhombus.
rsor, rsris: "a mocker, banterer
sacrum = sacred
sagitta = arrow
saliva = spit
Greek saphenes = obviously visible
sartorius: Latin = tailor; hence, sartorius muscles, which produce the posture i
n which tailors once worked, squatting on the floor
scalene: adjective, Greek skalenos = uneven, hence a triangle with unequal sides
, an apt description of the shape of scalenus anterior and scalenus medius muscl
es.
scaphoid: adjective, Greek skaphe = skiff, and eidos = shape or form; hence the
carpal which is hollowed out on its distal surface for the head of the capitate;
also the fossa occupied by tensor veli palatini muscle
scapula: Greek skapto = I dig, because of the resemblance to a spade.
sciatic: adjective, Greek ischion = hip-joint. Ischiadikos meant pertaining to t
he ischium or hip - later changed to sciatic. (The ischium earns its name becaus
e it forms > 2/5 of the acetabulum, whereas the ilium contributes < 2/5, and the
pubis only 1/5). The sciatic nerve lies on the ischium
scrotum: possibly derived from Latin scorteus = leather; adjective - scrotal.
smen seminis seed
semimembranosus: adjective, Latin semi = half, and membrana = membrane; hence, t
he hamstring muscle of which the upper half is membranous.
Greek soma = the body
stratum: Latin = a covering sheet, or layer.
styloid: adjective, Greek stylos = an instrument for writing, and eidos = shape
or form; hence a pen- or pencil-like structure.
sympathetic: Greek syn = with, and pathos = feeling; hence, the peripheral part
of the autonomic nervous system which arises in the thoracolumbar region of the
spinal cord and communicates with other nerves.
symphysis: Greek syn = with, and physis = growth; hence a joint where union betw

een the bones is by fibrocartilage - used for median joints. (Symphysis of the m
andible is exceptional, the 2 halves fusing before the age of 2).
synapse: Greek syn = with, and aptein = to join; hence, the zone through which a
n impulse passes from one neuron to another.
synchondrosis: Greek syn = with, and chondros = cartilage; hence, the union of 2
bones by cartilage.
syncytium: Greek syn = with, and kytos = cell, hence a multinucleate mass of pro
toplasm, formed by the merging of cells.
syndesmosis: Greek syn = with, and desmos = a band; hence, the union of 2 bones
by fibrous tissue.
syndrome: Greek syn = with, and dromos = running; hence, a group of signs and sy
mptoms which is characteristic of a certain pathology.
synergist: Greek syn = with, and ergon = work; hence a muscle which cooperates w
ith others in producing a given movement.
synovia: Greek syn = with, and ovum = egg; hence the fluid in freely movable joi
nts resembling egg-white; adjective, synovial.
synovial: adjective, Greek syn = with, and ovum = egg; hence pertaining to the f
luid in freely movable joints resembling egg-white.
tapetum: Latin = a carpet or coverlet; hence the roof of the posterior horn of t
he lateral ventricle.
tectum: Latin = roof; hence the roof of the midbrain.
tensor: Latin tensus = stretched; hence a muscle which produces tension.
testicle: Latin testiculus = the male gonad (see testis).
trapezium: Greek trapezion = a trapezium - a quadrilateral with 2 sides parallel
.
trapezius: Greek trapezion = a trapezium - a quadrilateral with 2 sides parallel
; hence, trapezius muscle, the diamond-shape of both trapezii muscles together.
trapezoid: Greek trapezion = a trapezium - a quadrilateral with 2 sides parallel
, and eidos = shape or form, hence resembling a trapezium.
trigeminal: Latin trigeminus = triplets; hence, cranial nerve V, with 3 large di
visions.
uncinate: Latin uncinatus = hooked.
uterus: Latin = womb.
uvea: Latin uva = grape. The pigmented vascular layer of the eyeball (iris, cili
ary body and choroid).
vagus: Latin = wandering; hence, cranial nerve X, which leaves the head and neck
to traverse the thorax and upper part of the abdomen
ventricle: diminutive of Latin venter = a small belly.
vermiform: Latin vermis = a worm, and forma = shape; hence, worm-shaped.
vertere to turn around like vertebra
visceral: adjective, Latin viscus = an internal organ
xiphoid: Greek xiphos = a sword, and eidos = shape or form; hence, sword-shaped.
zygoma: Greek zygon = yoke; hence, the bone joining the maxillary, frontal, temp
oral and sphenoid bones.
zygomatic: adjective, Greek zygon = yoke; hence, pertaining to the bone joining
the maxillary, frontal, temporal and sphenoid bones.
zygote: Greek zygon = yoke; hence the fusion of the male and female gametes.
thrax thoracis breastplate
apothca ae warehouse
actus i sharp
consilium i judgement
paris parietis wall like parietal
sagitta ae arrow
distns distantis standing apart

proximus i nearest
ante + acc - in front of
belltor is- warrior
encephalon, encephali brain
ganglion, ganglii ganglion (in neurology: any structure containing a collection
of nerve cell bodies and often also numbers of synapses; in orthopaedics: an abn
ormal but harmless swelling (cyst) that sometimes forms in tendon sheaths, espec
ially at the wrist)
bronchus, bronchi bronchus, bronchial tube bulbus, bulbi eyeball
carpus, carpi wrist, carpus
morbus,morbi disease
cubitus, cubiti elbow, cubitus humerus, humeri humeral bone oculus, oculi eye
raphe seam
fuscus i dark

plexus i plaited, woven

pns ponis bridge


sutura ae stitch
interosseous
between two bones.
alveolus i A small cavity or pit
somnus i sleep
tumere to be swollen
faux faucis throat, gullett
isthmus i isthmus
vlum veil the sail of a ship vla rubra (red sails)

concha ae oyster shell, pearl oyster


conus coni cone
vestibulum i
it requires minimal gray matter
premenstrual dysphoric disorder

minor neurocgonitive disorder


attention deficit hyperativity disorder
loss of human agency
loss of moral responsibility
loss of stigma
a u shaped incision across the scrotal sac
ligate the spermatic chord
crucial incision
primary incision
up th eventral side of the shaft
anterior flap
dissect the urethra
separate the corpora cavernous
perennial disseciton
suture the skin flaps
ensure it doesnt reseal up
T
O
S
S

thyrohyoid hypoglossal nerve


omohyoid
sternohyoid
sternothyroid

M
G
S
D

mylohyoid V3
genuohyoid
stylohyoid facial nerve
digastric

trigeminal mastication and cutaneous


facial mimetic and taste
trigeminal
omm ophthalmic maxillary mandibular
V3 motor mastication innervation
common carotid bifurcation c4
common carrots bifurcation at c4
SALFORMS
SALFOPMS
angular artery anastomoses with ophthalmic artery
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rybolov
rybolov
rybolov
rybolov
rybolov
rybolov
rybolov
rybolov

rovsings sign
renal calyx

a gay man has the same rights as a straight man, he just doesnt have the desire t
o exercise them
we are being treated equally by the state, it is just that every law affects us
differently.
the state has wan interest in straight marriage legitimising that relationship s
o as to incentives them raising a child.
the 14th amendment say that all law should treat people the same but not that ev
eryone will have the same effect from each law.
sever hormon replacement therapy
amputating tsticles and penus
leaving skin in order to invert it and creat a fake vagina
reopening regularly as a wound so it doesnt close itself.
learning the lisp
psychiatric counselling.
mam otazu pro vas
muzu si zeptat
co je to v anglistine
retina is an outgrowth of the brain.. it is a very complicated structure in term
s of its nervous organisation. the signals goes through a complicated network se
veral layers of different types of nerve cells before they finally get back to t
he last cells in the chain whose fibres make up the optic nerve.
cormier is trying to get reactions. he doesnt want to scoop your ankle, he wants
you to think he is scooping your ankle
marxist schools let crazy people in
MSLCPI
PAST
diffuse knowledge trumps centralised knowledge
it is a serious problem in america this obsession with safey
the chief determinant to whether you are rich ro poor is not where you are born
but the kind f work you put in
if you arent mentally ill, physically disabled, homelessness is a choice
oculomotor interpeducular fossa
facial cerebellopontine angle
vestibulocochleat cerebellopontine angle
vagus posterolateral sulcus of medulla
accessory cranial and spinal root
hypoglossal between pyramids and olives innervates muscles of tongue
the american economy runs on approximately 500,000 megawatts. it is not the kind
of capacity that can be produced by sunbeams summer breezes and chick manure. s
econdly defines.

bochdalek flower basket